I know people prefer their glass screen protectors, so I'll probably be in the minority, but I've always hated how visible glass screen protectors are. I've been a big fan of the Hori screen protectors because of how they do the application method which makes it really simple to apply and it looks pretty much invisible on the system.
Don't the non-glass ones add graininess to the display? My switch with a glass screen protector looks stock when looking at the screen.I know people prefer their glass screen protectors, so I'll probably be in the minority, but I've always hated how visible glass screen protectors are. I've been a big fan of the Hori screen protectors because of how they do the application method which makes it really simple to apply and it looks pretty much invisible on the system.
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Some games like Pokemon have only a single save file, but you can still have multiple different playthroughs by having different profiles.New Switch owner here.
Is there really much benefit to having separate profiles for each member of the family (outside of online matchmaking)?
The couch multiplayer games we've been playing don't ask for secondary profiles (unlike on PS4 and Wii/WiiU) and most games with lengthy campaigns allow for multiple save slots. The downsides to having multiple profiles are that unlocks in Smash/MK8/etc. aren't shared, there's added complexity/room for mistakes, and NSO family plans are significantly more expensive than single plans.
This is what I use:
I think it's worth it for sure. Seems to play pretty smooth and love being able to play in tate mode or landscape.
That's kind of where I'm sitting right now. Just picked up a Switch Lite, and honestly kind of regretting it. Every game seems to cost more on the Switch than the PS4 (ie FFX/FFXII, Skyrim, Witcher 3, etc) and all of the Nintendo games still cost $50-$60. I don't see myself buying many games.Went ahead and ordered the Mario red joycon Walmart bundle. But, I'm uneasy about it. I've wondered for a while if I really want a switch, or moreso just want to play Smash Bros.
PS4 has plenty of games I've yet to get to, and when you're about to buy and receive a new console you should be jumping for joy, and I'm just wondering to myself, "really, do you actually want one?"
So, I guess I'll hold onto it for a bit, receipt in hand, and give it a little time. I'm a very indecisive person, so it doesn't help. My point is, I just don't think Nintendo holds my interest.
I cancelled it once, then reordered the next day...That's kind of where I'm sitting right now. Just picked up a Switch Lite, and honestly kind of regretting it. Every game seems to cost more on the Switch than the PS4 (ie FFX/FFXII, Skyrim, Witcher 3, etc) and all of the Nintendo games still cost $50-$60. I don't see myself buying many games.
I've been spoiled by the PS4, lol.
The ribbon cables kind of stressed me out when I was repairing mine. It felt like they wouldn't go all the way in. But then I took a closer look and it turned out they were longer on the replacements than the original. Doesn't seem to be causing any problems, fortunately. Anyway, I'm glad I replaced my sticks. Contact cleaner was giving me diminishing returns and they're more or less fine now. I'll probably have to do it again in like half a year though.I finally repaired the stick of my left Joycon. I got a kit from Amazon for 14€ and I followed a few tutorials on Youtube. It's the first time I'm dissembling a piece of hardware and it was quite easy - although re-inserting the ribbon cables required a lot of patience.
Looks like this thread is largely dead. I'd ask somewhere else. I'll probably have the same question as well here shortly.
Nah, the thread's still alive - it's just that there isn't really anything that you need to worry about along these lines. With the Switch, once your account is set up you're pretty much good to go straight out of the box - one of the benefits of the simplicity of the OS.
Do your kids have separate profiles on your OG Switch? And are those profiles linked to their own Nintendo ID/account? If yes to both questions, then you can transfer the save data for each individual game to their respective profiles on their Switch Lites.Ok, hoping people here can help me out.
I have An OG switch. My kids use it as well. We went all out this year and got both of them a switch lite.
Now they mostly play physical games (Pokemon amongst others).
How can I make sure they can continue their current game on their new switch?
Do I just need to make sure that on both switches (my OG and their new ones) they use a profiel with the Same Nintendo ID linked to it?
Will that make sure it picks up the original saved game?
I read about the whole secondary and primary console stuff, but that just focuses on digital games....
Wulffden looked at a bunch of GameCube like controllers about a year ago.Hey everyone idk if this is the right place to ask, but are there any GameCube like controller recommendations for the switch? I had a wireless one by PowerA, but the B button has been sticking lately so I’m hunting for a new one. Might just get that again, but curious if there are better options.
My daughter (5) wants a switch. I am interested to know if you bought a Lite or regular one.
Depends if you want her to have the ability to dock it in and have coop sessions with you or whoever.
I went for the lite. It fits his hands much better and those side controllers won't break off from normal play. Mine are loose and I almost never play it in handheld. He won't be docking it much and could use mine if needed. But really, all the advantages of the lite outweighed the normal one for us.